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Members of the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations 1959-74-Con.
12/8/59–1/20/61 **James P. Mitchell (Secretary of Labor; Republican)-- 12/8/59-1/20/61 C. Douglas Dillon (Secretary of the Treasury; Republican) 3/15/61-3/26/65 *Abraham A. Ribicoff (Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare; Democrat).
3/15/61-7/12/62 Arthur J. Goldberg (Secretary of Labor; Democrat). 3, 15/61-9/20/62 *Anthony J. Celebrezze (Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare; Democrat)
10/2/62-10/1/64 Robert C. Weaver (Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; Democrat).
2/4/65-3, 17/67 Orville L. Freeman (Secretary of Agriculture; Democrat). 2/4/65-2 367 Henry H. Fowler (Secretary of the Treasury; Democrat). 5/11/65-12 20/68 *Farris Bryant (Chairman; Director of Office of Emergency Planning; Democrat)..
2/20/67-10/9/67 Ramsey Clark (Attorney General; Democrat)
3/18/67–1/2069 *Price Daniel (Director of the Office of Emergency Preparedness; Democrat)-
10/10/67-1/20/69 *Robert H. Finch:
(Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare;
3/26/69–7/1/70 (As Counselor to the President)
9/23/70-12/15/72 Robert P. Mayo (Director of the Bureau of the Budget; Republican)--
326/69–7/1/70 George H. Romney (Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; Republican).
3/26/69-1/4/73 George P. Shultz: (Director, Office of Management and Budget; Republican).
9/23/70-6/12172 (As Secretary of the Treasury)-
3/7/73-5/7/74 Kenneth R. Cole, Jr. (Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs; Republican).
12/16/72-present Caspar W. Weinberger (Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare; Republican)--
3/7/73-present Governors (4): Ernest F. Hollings (South Carolina; Democrat).
12/8/59-1/14/63 * Abraham A. Ribicoff (Connecticut; Democrat)
12/8/59-1/20/61 Robert E. Smylie (Idaho; Republican)
4/30/64-4/29/66 William G. Stratton (Illinois; Republican)
12/8/59-1/14/61 John Anderson, Jr. (Kansas; Republican)
1/19/61-1/13/65 Michael V. DiSalle (Ohio; Democrat).
3/15/61-1/14/63 Carl E. Sanders (Georgia; Democrat).
5/11/65-1/10/67 Terry Sanford (North Carolina; Democrat).
3/13/63-11/12/63 John N. Dempsey (Connecticut; Democrat)
3/18/67-11/26/68 John A. Volpe (Massachusetts; Democrat)
3/18/67-4/11/67 Nelson A. Rockefeller (New York; Republican)
11/10/65-5/21/70 Buford Ellington (Tennessee; Democrat).
3/18/67-1/16/71 James A. Rhodes (Ohio; Republican)-
5/23/67-4/30/68 Spiro T. Agnew (Maryland; Republican)
7/5/68-1/7/69 Raymond P. Shafer (Pennsylvania; Republican)
3/26/69-1/19/71 Warren E. Hearnes (Missouri; Democrat)
6/17/69-3/31/72 Ronald Reagan (California; Republican).
5/22/70-5/21/72 Dale Bumpers (Arkansas; Democrat)
9/24/71-present *Served on the Commission in two capacities at different times. **Deceased.
Members of the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations 1959-74-Con.
9/24/71-1/8/73 Richard F. Kneip (South Dakota; Democrat).
3/31/74-present Daniel J. Evans (Washington; Republican).
3/7/73-present Robert D. Ray (lowa; Republican)---
5/29/73-present State legislators (3):
**Elisha Barrett (New York; Senate; Republican) ---- 12/8/59-3/2/60 Leslie Cutler, Mrs. (Massachusetts; Senate; Republican) 12/8/59-12/7/61 John W. Noble (Missouri; Senate; Democrat)
12/8/59-1/2 61 Hal Bridenbaugh (Nebraska; Senate; Republican). 3/31/60-3/31/62 Robert A. Ainsworth, Jr. (Louisiana; Senate; Democrat). 6/15/61-10/31/61 Robert B. Duncan (Oregon; House; Democrat).
2/22/61-1/14/63 John E. Powers (Massachusetts; Senate; Democrat) 2/22/62-2/21/64 Graham S. Newell (Vermont; Senate; Republican).
8/1/62-7/31/64 Harry King Lowman (Kentucky; House; Democrat). 3/13/63-12/31/63 Marion H. Crank (Arkansas; House; Democrat)
4/30/64-4/29/66 Charles R. Weiner (Pennsylvania; Senate; Democrat) 4/30/64-4/29/66 C. George DeStefano (Rhode Island; Senate; Republican) 2/4/65-1/7/69 Ben Barnes (Texas; House; Democrat)
3/18/67-1/14/69 Jess M. Unruh (California; House; Democrat)
3/18/67-10/30/69 W. Russell Arrington (Illinois; Senate; Republican). 3/26/69-1/9/73 Robert P. Knowles (Wisconsin; Senate; Republican). 3/26/69-present B. Mahlon Brown (Nevada; Senate; Democrat)
10/30/69-4/15/74 Charles F. Kurfess (Ohio; House; Republican)
5/29/73-present John H. Briscoe (Maryland; House; Democrat)
4/15/74-present Marors (4);
*Anthony J. Celebrezze (Cleveland, Ohio; Democrat)-- 12/8/59-7/27/62 Gordon S. Clinton (Seattle, Wash.; Republican)
12/8/59-3/2/62 *Don Hummel (Tucson, Ariz.; Democrat)-
12/8/59-12/4/61 Norris Poulson (Los Angeles, Calif.; Republican)
12/8/59-6/30/61 Richard Y. Batterton (Denver, Colo.; Republican).
2/22/62-6/30/63 Leo T. Murphy (Santa Fe, N. Mex.; Democrat).
2/22/62-4/30/62 Veal $. Blaisdell (Honolulu, Hawaii; Republican)
8/1/62-1/2/69 Arthur Naftalin (Minneapolis, Minn.; Democrat)
8/1/62-6/17/69 Raymond R. Tucker (St. Louis, Mo.; Democrat)
10/10/62-10/9/64 ** Arthur L. Selland (Fresno, Calif.; Republican).
8/27/63-12/5/63 Herman W. Goldner (St. Petersburg, Fla.; Republican) 4/30/64-4/29/66 Richard C. Lee (New Haven, Conn.; Democrat)
5/11/65-5/10/67 Theodore R. McKeldin (Baltimore, Md.; Republican) 3/18/67-12/4/67 Jack D. Maltester (San Leandro, Calif.; Democrat)
5/23/67-present William F. Walsh (Syracuse, N. Y.; Republican)
12/29/67-12/28/69 Richard G. Lugar (Indianapolis, Ind.; Republican). 3/26/69-present C. Beverly Briley (Nashville , Tenn.; Democrat) -
6/17/69-4/15/74 Lawrence F. Kramer, Jr. (Paterson, N.J.; Republican). 5/22/70-10/14/71 Harry G. Haskell, Jr. (Wilmington, Del.; Republican). 3/31/72–1/1/73 John D. Driggs (Phoenix, Ariz.; Republican).
5/29/73–12/31/73 Edwin J. Garn (Salt Lake City, Utah; Republican)
4/15/74-present John H. Poelker (St. Louis, Mo.; Democrat) -
4/15/74-present County officials (3):
**Edward Connor (Wayne County, Mich.; Democrat) --- 12/8/59-4/29/56 **Clair Donnenwirth (Plumas County, Calif.; Democrat). 12/8/59-7/22/65 Edwin G. Michaelian (Westchester County, N.Y.; Re 12/8/59-12/7/61 publican).
6/17/69-12/31/73 Barbara A. Wilcox, Mrs. (Washington County, Oreg.: 10/10/62-4/5/66
John H. Brewer (Kent County, Mich.; Republican). 4/15/74-present Sersed on the Commission in two capacities at different times. **Deceased.
STAFF IN PERMANENT POSITIONS AS OF AUGUST 28, 1974
Anderson, Wayne F.. Walker, David B. Shannon, F. John McDowell, Bruce D. Myers, Will S. Katoglis, Milton Stenberg, Carl W. Gabler, L. Richard. Callahan, John Bowman, John H. Gilson, Lawrence O. Steinko Jr., Franklin A.. Stanfield, Rochelle L... Tippett, Francis X. Fried, Esther. Wright, Carol M. Hahn, Thomas D Jimenez, Jo Anne. Beam, David R. Ferrell, Lynn D. Suyderhoud, Jack P. Veseth, Michael K. Cutler, Natalie I. Smith, Betty W. Ross, Ronald L. Roberts, Diana M. Ward, Gloria D Clark, Lavinia B Davis, Marinda T Minnis, Helen Lor Thomas, Gloria K. Bunn, Elizabeth A. Evans, Phyllis E. Peruzzi, Rita L. Tanaka, Toshiko. Moore, Margaret. Jones, MacArthur.
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13,385 12, 167 12, 167 12, 167 12. 167 12, 501 12,501 11, 765 11,397 11, 369 9. 874 9,874 9,575 9,575 9,276 8. 977 8. 977 8,977 8,591
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i Funds appropriated to ACIR by Congress. ? Grant research funds received from other Federal agencies. ? Funds received from State and local governments, foundations, and other nonprofit organizations. • In fiscal year 1967, $825 received from miscellaneous nonprofit organizations was credited to the salaries and expense account Title of account changed from advancements and reimbursements to consolidated working fund.
GRANTS TO ACIR FROM OTHER FEDERAL AGENCIES 1. Fiscal year 1964. $32,000 grant from Federal Executive branch to
ACIR for projections of State and local government expenditure for ensuing 10-year period as part of overall study of growth of national economy. Project transferred to Council of State
Governments, July 1964. · 2. May 1967. $60,000 grant from Department of Housing and Urban
Development for detailed examination of fiscal disparities in major metropolitan areas. Project completed October 1967. Findings reported in ACIR report, Fiscal Balance in the Ameri
can Federal System. 3. June 1968. $7,500 grant from Department of the Treasury for
printing additional copies of ACIR report, Fiscal Balance in the
American Federal System. 4. June 1968. $5,000 grant from Economic Development Adminis
tration, Department of Commerce, to print additional copies of ACIR report, Urban and Rural America: Policies for Future
Growth 5. June 1968. $5,000 grant from Appalachian Regional Commission
to print additional copies of ACIR report, Urban and Rural America: Policies for Future Growth.
6. May 1969. $75,000 grant from Urban Mass Transportation
Administration, Department of Transportation, for development of criteria for measuring local fiscal capacity to meet urban mass transportation needs. Project completed January
1970 for total cost of $59,168; unused funds returned to UMTA. 7. March 1971. $10,000 grant from Law Enforcement Assistance
Administration, Department of Justice, to print additional copies of ACIR report, State-Local Relations in the Criminal
Justice System. 8. May 1971. $75,000 grant from President's Commission on School
Finance for a study of State-local revenue systems and educa
tional finance. Project completed in November 1971. 9. February 1972. $25,000 from the Domestic Council, Executive
Office of the President, to study the potential for use of the
of Federal Revenue. 10. February 1972. $54,000 from the Department of Health, Educa
tion and Welfare, Office of Education, to study alternatives to the property tax for financing elementary and secondary education. Project completed in December 1972. Report titled Financing Schools and Property Tax Relief-A State
Responsibility. 11. February 1972. $14,100 from the Department of Housing and
Urban Development to develop a national urban growth policy. Project completed in June 1972. The information from this project can be found in Appendix B, City Financial Emer
gencies--The Intergovernmental Dimension. 12. February 1972. $120,897 from the Department of Housing and
Urban Development for an in depth analysis of substate regionalism. Project completed in January 1974. The project culminated in a series called Substate Regionalism and the
Federal System, in six volumes. 13.* July 1972. $57,330 from the Department of Health, Education
and Welfare for the study of delivery of services as part of the substate study. Volume 4 of Substate Regionalism and the
Federal System is the result of this research project. 14. March 1973. $10,000 from the American Revolution Bicentennial
Commission to prepare an agenda for state and local governmental modernization. The agenda can be found in American
Federalism: Into the Third Century. 15. May 1973. $29,000 from the Executive Office of the President,
Domestic Council, to initiate ACIR monitoring of revenue sharing. Congress has appropriated funds for this to be an
ongoing program of the Commission. 16. June 1973. $15,000 from the Department of Housing and Urban
Development for printing additional copies of Substate Region
alism and the Federal System. 17. June 1973. $26,384 from the Department of Health, Education
and Welfare to print additional copies of Volumes I and III of Substate Regionalism and the Federal System.